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Re: Good looking hostas

Well Chris using your criteria still looking good are
Pandora's Box, Pineapple Poll, Citation, Cowrie, Crispula,Fragrant Blue,
Fragrant Bouquet, Great Expectaions, Striker, Wheaton Blue.
Almost completely gone away for the season Patriot's Fire, Sea Octopus

.  But first let me describe what I think
>is top looking.  Little or no browning of leaves as yet, very healthy
>to abundant new growth, little or no insect hole damage to leaves (which of
>course was probably relative to location in garden - so not totally fair)

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